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Travel Period
Mar 13,2016 - Mar 19,2016
Booking Period
Dec 14,2015 - Dec 26,2015

Trip Details

Liveaboard: Seasafari 6

Destination: Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Embarkation/Disembarkation: Sorong, Indonesia

Trip Dates: 21th February 2016 - 27th February 2015

Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights

Promotion Price: USD 2,320nett (Usual Price: USD2,900)


Price Includes

  • Accommodation: Lower deck room

  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

  • Tea/coffee, bottled water, tea-time snacks

  • Compressor, regular air fills 3000 psi or 200 bar, tank, weight belt

  • Certified Dive Master (ratio 1 DM : 5 divers)

  • Guided land excursions

  • Cruise Accident Insurance

  • Harbor and anchor fee

  • Government tax 10%

  • Raja Ampat national park fees


Price Excludes

  • International/domestic airfare and airport tax

  • Personal diving equipment (available for rent) and battery

  • Raja ampat entrance fee or Cendrawasih Fee

  • Gratuities to guide and crew (we recommend a tip at least $ 10 - 30 USD per day)

  • Onboard telecommunication

  • Laundry service

  • Mobilization and demobilization (empty run) rate is applied if sailing started outside of the boat HOMEBASE

  • Alcohol beverages




  • No refund, cancellation or amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking.

  • In the event of no show, booking will be forfeited.


Seasafari VI | Indonesia Liveaboard | Raja Ampat, Komodo and More

All Sea Safari vessels have been handcrafted by Bugis master carpenters, who were allowed to use only the very best, well seasoned ironwood, available. What sets them apart is that at the same time, Mr. Zainal Abidin, owner and chief architect of Sea Safari, has been incorporating his experience as a builder of tugboats into the final designs of all the vessels himself. They are sturdy ships with an easy motion that offer a level of comfort, otherwise only found on the very largest yachts. Sea Safari VI is the smallest vessel among other Sea Safari boat.She based in benoa harbour and operates regularly for Bali and Komodo expedition 7 Days and 6 nights. 


All Sea Safari vessels are equipped with modern navigation system, updated safety and first aid equipment. Sea Safari liveaboard offered a perfect mixture of diving and comfortable cruising experience. All of Sea Safari Diving will be guided by experience Instructor/Dive Master PADI at all Indonesia dive site.



Diving in Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is located in West Papua, off the island of New Guinea. It comprises of 1,500 small islands

Raja Ampat has over 1,200 species of fishers and 600 coral species. The variety of marine life is simply breath taking.

Drift diving is common in Raja Ampat due to moderate currents.


Misool Island

Misool Island is one of the four main island in Raja Ampat with a total area of about 2,034 km². The main town of this island is called Waigana. Misool offers an outstanding coral reefs and exotic flora and fauna. The sea around the island is houses many rare species of Manta Ray, turtle, harlequin shrimp and pygmy seahorses. Diving visibility is about  25m and depth ranges from 5m to 40m. 


Salawati Island

Salawati Island is one of the four main islands in Raja Ampat wtih a total area of about 1623 km². There are a few resorts on this island attracting tourist from all over the world. Due to the remoteness of Sukawati Island, it is very quiet and peaceful. There are many bunkers left from World War II sinking in the sea around the island. They become interesting spots to dive.  



Batanta Island 

Batanta Island is one of the least explored islands in West Papua. The island is covered with rainforest and mountains near the coast accessing from the beach. Exploration of the island can be done boat. 



Waigeo Island 

Waigeo Island is the largest island of the four main islands in Raja Ampat. Waigeo is also known as Amberi or Waigiu Island. Waigeo is also home of various species, both the surface and under water. The island is filled with wild jungles mostly unexplored and inaccessbile. When you visit the island, you will find many wild jungles. Most of them are unexplored and inaccessible.



Rainy Season: July to September

Diving Season: October to April

Average Temperature: 27ºC – 30ºC


Day 1 

- Arrival Sorong
- Check dive 

Day 2 (Kri & Mansuar Island)

Dive Sites
- Cape Kri
- Chicken Reef
- Cape Mansuar 
- The Jatty

DAY 3 (Erborek Island & Yanggefo Island)

Dive Sites
- Manta Island 
- Manta Island 
- Citrus Ridge 
- Erbore Jatty

DAY 4 (Sawinggari Village & Krupiar Island) 

Dive Sites
- Mike’s point 
- Sardine Reef 
- Bondan Reef

DAY 5 (Waigeo Island, Gam Island & Friwin Bonda Island)

Dive Sites
- Nudibranch Rock 
- The Passage
- Gam Island

DAY 6 (Mioskon Island) 

Dive Sites
- Blue Magic 
- My Reef 


- Sorong Departure

Travel Info


Travelers arriving into Indonesia must have a minimum of a 6-month validity left on their passports. Citizens of most countries can obtain visa-on-arrival at their first point-of-entry in Indonesia (USD 25 for 30 days, extendable for another 30 days).  Certain nationalities, however, are required to obtain a visa from the Indonesian Embassy in their home countries before travel to Indonesia.



Due to the remoteness of diving destination, we strongly advise our guests to take good travel insurance that includes emergency medical evacuation, baggage loss/damage, and cancellation policy. A valid dive accident insurance (such as DAN) must be carried by divers on our liveaboard.



Consult your physician for necessary vaccinations prior to your travel to Indonesia. Malaria risk is present in some parts of the country, particularly In Papua. Take precautions with malaria prophylactics (malarone and doxicycline are recommended), but avoid the use of Lariam due to its side-effects and ineffectiveness in the region. Booster injections for intestinal diseases, Hepatitis A and B are also highly recommended.


For more information, please kindly refer to itinerary section.